Draba glabella var. glabella

  • Scientific name: Draba glabella var. glabella Pursh Fl. Amer. Sept. 2: 434. (1814).
  • Synonyms:
    • Draba laurentiana Fernald Rhodora 36: 328. (1934).
    • Draba sornborgeri Fernald Rhodora 36: 319. (1934).
    • Draba norvegica var. sornborgeri (Fernald) B. Boivin Naturaliste Canad. 93: 642. (1966).
    • Draba arabisans var. canadensis (Brunet) Fernald and Knowlt. Rhodora 7: 67. (1905).
    • Draba glabella var. brachycarpa (Rupr.) Fernald Rhodora 36: 336. (1934).
    • Draba glabella var. megasperma (Fernald and Knowlt.) Fernald Rhodora 36: 337. (1934).
    • Draba glabella var. orthocarpa (Fernald and Knowlt.) Fernald Rhodora 36: 336. (1934).
    • Draba hirta var. hirta L. Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 2: 1127. (1759).
    • Draba hirta var. laurentiana (Fernald) B. Boivin Naturaliste Canad. 93: 642. (1966).

Distribution:

Additional Information:

  • Chromosome numbers: n = 32, 40; 2n = 64, ca. 75, 80
  • Canadian status: native
  • Lifeform: perennial, caudex simple to extensively branched, sometimes woodya
  • Ecology: to arctic: slopes, tundra, barrens, coastal beaches and rocks, stream beds, banks, open forest, cliffs, ridges, hummocks, heath, fellfields, meadows, flats, snowmelt areas; talus, scree, till, shale, limestone, turf, peat; roads, railway